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113. the battle summer. by Henry T. Tuckerman. The summer wanes,--her languid sighs now yield To autumn's cheering air; The teeming orchard and the waving field Fruition's glory wear. More clear against the flushed horizon wall, Stand forth each rock and tree; More near the cricket's note, the plover's call, More crystalline the sea. The sunshine chastened, like a mother's gaze, The meadow's vagrant balm; The purple leaf and amber-tinted maize Reprove us while they calm; For on the landscape's brightly pensive face, War's angry shadows lie; His ruddy stains upon the woods we trace, And in the crimson sky. No more we bask in Earth's contented smile, But sternly muse apart; Vainly her charms the patriot's soul beguile, Or woo the orphan's heart. Yon keen-eyed stars with mute reproaches brand The lapse from faith and law,-- No more harmonious emblems of a land Ensphered in love and awe. As cradled in the noontide's warm embrace, And bathed in dew and rain, The herbage f